The song became Currington's fourth consecutive and sixth career No. Below, she share the story behind the song with The Boot. It was one of those magical days when the three of us wrote this song. I had the idea of "Let Me Down Easy" in my notebook for some time. I threw out the idea to Mark and Marty, and they both loved it immediately. The three of us really pulled our creative ideas together: Mark came up with a fantastic melody that set the tone for the song and the direction we wanted to go. Marty really helped out with the lyrics by putting a cool spin on the idea, with "If I fall, let me down easy. We wanted to write a lyric that showed vulnerability but, at the same time, be said in a manly way, [because] we wrote the song with Billy in mind, never dreaming he would actually cut it and put it out as a single! Usually when you sit down and write for a particular artist, it never turns out the way you want it to, but this time, it did. After we wrote it, the song was demoed.
Can you let him down easy?...
There's a little moonlight dancing on the sand There's a warm breeze blowing by the ocean as you're taking my hand You need to know, where I'm standing now That I'm right on the edge of giving into you Baby, it's a long way down. If I fall, can you let me down easy If I leave my heart with you tonight will you promise me that you're gonna treat it right I'm barely hanging on If I fall, can you let me down easy. The scent of your perfume floating in the air Looking like an angel laying on a blanket with a halo of hair And those lips, they're too good to be true Once I taste that kiss I know what'll happen I'll be at the mercy of you.
It was released in October as the second single from Currington's album Enjoy Yourself and as the eleventh single of his career. The song became Currington's fourth consecutive and sixth number one hit on the U. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for the week of April 2, The music video was directed by Potsy Ponciroli.
Billy Currington image from Youtube. Billy Currington shows us how to confess love to a woman, with a vulnerable yet manly mode. If I fall, can you let me down easy? He made a living by singing for bars, and later on as a personal trainer in one concrete company. Luckily, he met a client that helped him with his demo recordings and his songwriting career. He eventually signed to Mercury Records in Billy Currington image from Speakerpedia. The track narrates his rocky relationship with his alcoholic stepfather. The lines include a phrase that he wrote when he was